VentureBeat

Canadian Electra Meccanica delivers first vehicle to U.S.

Tiny Canadian startup automaker Electra Meccanica represent their tiny electric 3-wheeler. So they are certified for sale and the first vehicle is delivered to U.S.

Electra Meccanica isn’t meant to replace a conventional car, but rather to handle short trips such as commutes as efficiently as possible.

The Electra Meccanica Solo is a single-seat electric with a 100-mile range from a 17.3-kwh lithium-ion battery pack. On a Level 2 connection, it can recharge in three hours.

An 82 horsepower electric motor shoots it from 0-60 in 8 seconds and tops out at 68 mph.

Digital Trends

Digital Trends

The Solo offers luxury features such as power windows and a heated seat. Between a front trunk and a hatchback behind the driver is 10 cubic feet of cargo space. 

Bodywork completely closes the front wheels. Along with a faux grille and lower intakes, gives the Solo resemblance to conventional cars.

Green Car Reports

Green Car Reports

 Solo offers luxury features such as power windows and a heated seat with many combination.

The Solo’s gestation start back in 2007, but the first prototype was completed in January 2015.

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

editor's pick

news via inbox

Nulla turp dis cursus. Integer liberos  euismod pretium faucibua